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Sarah Michelotti responds to Harmonize’s apology

By Kevin Koech On Fri, 23 Jul, 2021 11:22 | 2 mins read
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Italian model Sarah Michelotti has responded to Tanzanian star Rajab Abdul Kahali alias Harmonize following his public apology through a song dubbed, Sorry.

In the song, the singer noted that it would be foolish of him to continue denying his blood by keeping his illegitimate child a secret.

“I’m sorry is the only Word I can use for the one beautiful woman who gave me four years of her life, Not to mention I was the problem. God brought me my firstborn and that was the end of our union,” sang Harmonize.

Adding; “Yes, I slid and I asked for forgiveness but it would be foolish of me if I went on to hide my child. Love and respect, this one is for you.”

Reacting to the apology, Sarah noted that it is always important to apologise when one is wrong.

“It’s important to apologise after a big mistake,” she wrote.

It still remains unclear if the model has forgiven her ex-husband or not.

In February this year, Harmonize mentioned that being in a long distance relationship led him to cheating and having a child out of wedlock, prompting Sarah to dump him.

In her break up message, the model accused Harmonize of not having any regard for her feelings and efforts towards sustaining their relationship, further terming him a two-faced individual who brings out his ugly in private.

“I married you because I loved you. You we’re everything to me and I chose you just the way you were. I gave you all my love and I did my best for your happiness something that you didn’t do for me at all. Day by day I found you were completely different and you don’t have any respect for anybody,” Sarah wrote in part.

She added; “You didn’t even know how to keep a wife like me or to be proud of one person who give you the good life and you don’t know how to respect people who really do love you and the ones who are there to support you. Most of the time I found out that you are just a lie and fake it. I’ve been through a lot in this fake relationship x married. If I put all here everyone will be shocked because you have another face completely. You always put a mask on your face.”

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